The 26 children who will be walking the West Highland Way from 12 – 15 May have been out and about in recent weeks, training for the long days of walking ahead of them.

The children and their families have been busy at weekends getting out around the Pentlands and further afield on practice walks.  From the Fife coastal path and Loch Leven, to Loch Ossian and West Lomond, all are keen to ensure they are fit and ready for the Challenge ahead, walking 55 miles of the West Highland Way to raise money for Future Hope, a charity focussed on helping vulnerable street children in Kolkata, India.

The families tell us there are plans for further walks over the Easter break, summiting peaks across Scotland and even further afield on family holidays. 

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